Incredible! Google’s Artificial Intelligence Can Create Hyper-Realistic Images From Just a Few Words
Google has developed a new artificial intelligence (AI) Imagen, that can generate hyper-realistic images from text. The AI is faster and more realistic than any other similar model, achieving truly amazing results.
The AI works by taking a sentence or paragraph of text and generating an image based on the content. The images are so realistic that it can be difficult to tell that they were not actually taken with a camera. Google has already released some examples of the AI in action, and the results are stunning.
Google has demonstrated many times what its different machine learning algorithms, such as MUM or LaMDA , are capable of, and continues to reflect those advances with a new artificial intelligence model called 'Image'.
This, according to Jeff Dean, head of the company's AI division, promises to "unleash joint creativity between humans and computers", and is capable of generating images based on a simple and brief text description.
Imagen is very similar to DALL-E 2 , the artificial intelligence developed by Open AI (a company founded by Elon Musk) that also allows images to be generated based on a text description. However, there are several differences between the two models, such as the level of detail and the efficiency in creating that image.
Google, in particular, ensures that its AI provides outcomes with a far higher level of precision than other systems.
To demonstrate this, the business built a benchmark called DrawBench, which compares its AI model to others like VQ-GAN+CLIP, Latent Diffusion Models, and even DALL-E 2, and exposes the results "side by side" so that "human evaluators" can distinguish between them and choose the most realistic.
According to the company, these evaluators decided that the images generated by 'Image' have a greater quality and better "image-text alignment" than the other models.
Google AI is faster and more efficient than competitors, and it can comprehend more complicated descriptions. 'Imagen' is as of now an internal project that is not available to the public since it may result in the development of images that contain "stereotypes and damaging portrayals," according to the firm. But it does give us a glimpse of the future of content creation.
Explore more of the AI generated creations at https://imagen.research.google/